The imperative of the verbs venir and salir

Reminder: we use the imperative to give orders, instructions and advice, and to make direct requests.

Come más despacio comer, imperativo presente.

Eat more slowly.

The verbs venir (to come)  and salir (to go out) are irregular in the imperative and are conjugated as follows:

Venir en
(tú) ven
(usted) venga
(nosotros/as) vengamos
(vosotros/as) venid
(ustedes) vengan
Salir en
(tú) sal
(usted) salga
(nosotros/as) salgamos
(vosotros/as) salid
(ustedes) salgan

Ven a cenar.

Come to dinner.

Salgamos mañana.

Let's go out tomorrow.

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